The MEK Iran has informed recently that the regime banned the entry and exit of Tehran, Karaj, Isfahan, Mashad, and Oroumieh for three days for fear of the terrible death rate consequences.
Deputy Health Minister admits that the coronavirus death toll is 1.7-2.2 times bigger than the official number.
As it was shared by MEK Iran on their website, according to a member of the Tehran council, around 200 victims of COVID-19 were buried in the Behecht-e-Zahra cemetery on October 14 alone. (Agence Fars, October 14, 2020).
MEK Iran has shared the statement of the director of the Behesht-e-Zahra cemetery in Tehran: “The doors of Behecht Zahra will only be open to the families of the deceased and their first-degree relatives”.
Head of Infectious Diseases Department of Khomeini Hospital: Hospitals are almost full. They are no longer accepting new patients, all beds are occupied. The contamination of the second wave was much higher than the first wave, and the third wave is really more serious. (Official TV, October 13)
MEK Iran reported on their website that in the West Azerbaijan Medical School, 1056 people are hospitalized, 224 of which are in ICUs. 16 people died in 24 hours and the total death toll reached 1,268 people.
Also, intensive care beds are full in the 22 Bahman Hospital in Nichapour and more than 500 Covid-19 patients have died in this city.
The People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran) announced on October 14, 2020, that the death toll from the coronavirus in 458 Iranian cities had exceeded 123,100. The death toll in Tehran is 29,451, Khorasan Razavi 9,250, Khuzestan 7,878, Isfahan 6409, Mazandaran 5582, Gilan 4816, East Azerbaijan 4358, Golestan 3501, West Azerbaijan 3397, Alborz 3368, Fars 3241, Kermanshah 2 683, Semnan 1872, Markazi 1665, Yazd 1641, Qazvine 1206, Zanjan 1173, and Kohkiluyeh and Boyrahmad 864.
“Schools, universities, and many public places must be closed as quickly as possible to prevent the situation from happening. Otherwise, we will see an increase in coronavirus mortality rates,” Minoo Mohraz, a member of the National Committee on Combating Coronavirus.